This dynamic book provides a detailed guide to drawing your own cartoons traditionally and digitally. It provides guidance on how to create characters from showing a range of facial expressions and features to drawing hands, feet, shoes and clothing. It explains the rules of designing manga characters, such as drawing features and defining gender, age, good and evil. There are special features on shojo and shonen, as well as super-deformed manga characters in hand-drawn and digital media. A range of projects offers the opportunity to portray children, villains and mecha robots, compose a panel story, plan a battle scene and create a narrative. THE PRACTICAL STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO DRAWING CARTOONS, MANGA AND ANIME Expert techniques and projects, shown in more than 2500 illustrations Ivan Hissey, Curtis Tappenden, Tim Seelig, Yishan Li and Rik Nicol CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM
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About the Authors: Ivan Hissey has created illustrations, caricatures and cartoons for books and magazines. Curtis Tappenden has written 16 titles on art and design practice. Tim Seelig has provided mixed-media cover art for albums, books, comics and graphic novels. Yishan Li is a professional manga artist. Rik Nicol is an artist who works in animation, illustration, music and graphic design.
Biblio NotesDetails all stages of the creative process, from developing a range of characters, such as animals, wizards and pirates, to completing an action-packed cartoon strip with speech Includes over 250 exercises, such as a vivid battle scene, a shojo heroine, and using 3-D Illustrator effects Advice on all the materials and equipment you will need.
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